Yoshiomi is a Japanese national, but was drawn to study in Italy by his love of Italian design.
He has a masters in industrial design from the Turin Polytechnic, where he specialised in product design, before moving to system and service design. During his student years, he won several product design awards, and wrote a thesis on the “Increase of efficiency in team working”. His projects include developing a collaboration software, and a timer application for Android and iOS.
Prior to working for Experientia, he worked as an application developer for a Turin startup, focusing on banking and e-commerce. He joins Experientia as an information architect and interaction designer.
Many software products tend to be developed from an information technology point of view, but they are often difficult to use. Good products integrate the human factor, and this is one of Experientia’s philosophies. Now I’m working with them to create excellent products.